Nice! If I don't get any more info about anyone who's started a PCB layout, I might create a simple pull request so that we can get something simple started that would at least be helpful for an interactive BOM and recapping projects. But, before that, probably the first pull request I may make would simply be to polish the repository structure, documentation, etc. so that it is comparable with other KiCad projects out on GitHub.
Those were done by BOMARC. All of those schematics are available for free from other sources these days, the SE/30 ones are on Macintosh Garden, and the rest are on The Internet Archive.I've noticed the note #4 at page 1 erroneously says "RDB" instead of "ADB".
Now that I'm getting more into redrawing the Macintosh SE MLB schematics, I'm also looking to the redrawn SE/30 MLB schematics for reference. Though the original SE/30 scans are not nearly as illegible or as incomplete as the SE MLB schematics, looks like there are still a number of small fact/quality checks and improvements remaining. I might see what I can do to carefully eye through it the way I've done for the only page of the SE MLB schematics that is scanned, as in any case it would be a good learning experience for me too.
As a side note, I've noticed that @uniserver also happens to have some redrawn SE/30 schematics on his personal website that have purportedly been around for much longer. It requires payment through PayPal, though, and I'd guess his way of running the site requires him to manually send an E-mail to you after the payment is received, which may not be guaranteed if he's no longer very active with his site. Also, It's been years since he's last been on 68kMLA.
Has anyone ever bought/used Uniserver's schematics? I'm curious to hear what you thought about them.
Wow, really? So Uniserver just copied the BOMARC schematics and put a price tag on them?Those were done by BOMARC.